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As Nassir Little begins NBA journey, a fallen friend is a constant inspiration


When his name was finally called in the NBA Draft, stood up and embraced his father, Harold, and mother, April, before high-fiving and hugging everyone else seated around his table. One friend was notably absent from the intimate group. When the excitement from the whirlwind day died down later that night, Little jumped onto Twitter. (Oregon Live)

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